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GRINGOLANDIA, BOOK 2: THE CLINTON MOORE THRILLER SERIES

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Share|  “…a friggin’ gringo nightmare”Irving Critchfield said that! I sure didn’t. But Irving is the main character in GringoLandia, and was commenting on his new home in Vilcabamba, so he gets his say …*****ANNOUNCEMENT — Irving just put up a facebook page. Check him out HERE.*****Fred and I recently made a working trip to Vilcabamba, site […]

Was Des Moines, Iowa attorney David W. Belin murdered for what he knew about mkultra? Frank Olson?

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Share| David Belin, an estate attorney who never prosecuted a criminal case, was prominent in the investigation of the assassination of President John F. Kennedy, and later in the investigation of the ‘doping’ of unwitting subjects, via mkultra. Was Belin, himself, murdered in later years? I am very interested in David W. Belin. He was […]

History Colonia Dignidad: American Assassin Michael Townley Worked in Chile for DINE

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Michael Townley (Google images) An American assassin, the son of an automotive executive living in Santiago, Chile, designed the torture chamber for Colonia Dignidad. Michael Townley, now in witness protection somewhere in the U.S., was connected with  the CIA. You can read more about him, here — http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Townley and I will be posting more about him […]

MLK’s Mother Was Assassinated, Too: The Forgotten Women Of Black History Month

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(Editor’s note: On June 30th, 1974, Alberta Williams King was gunned down while she played the organ for the “Lord’s Prayer” at Ebenezer Baptist Church. As a Christian civil rights activist, she was assassinated…just like her son, Martin Luther King, Jr. But most people remember only one I certainly DID NOT KNOW this story, until I […]

Did a Vicksburg, Mississippi Detective Know Too Much About Assassination Plans of JFK?

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Why shouldn’t truth be stranger than fiction? Fiction, after all, has to make sense. –Mark Twain Infamous location of New Orleans JFK assassination connection I believe there is a Mississippi link to the assassination of Presideent John F. Kennedy. I think that a Vicksburg private detective was killed because he walked into the planning center and […]

First book in Clinton Moore Thriller Series —

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Share| What secrets were behind this rusty fence? The Plan  Book 1: Clinton Moore Thriller Series  I met a woman in the Mississippi Delta with a story to tell. She was driving me home from the small town of Drew to Parchman Penitentiary where I lived with my husband, who was the prison’s chief psychologist. That […]

Judyth Vary Baker was forced into early retirement from life.

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Can you imagine going into hiding as your early retirement plan? Recently I read a great true story about a woman who really hasn’t been allowed to have a typical life — the kind of life where you develop a career, marry and raise a family and then retire with your husband. It started out […]

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THE PLAN: A NOVEL  SEPTEMBER RELEASE  Street art in the Andean village of Saraguro, outside of Cuenca, Ecuadorhttp://ebooksfromsusan.com THE PLAN set for mid September release, is a MURDER MYSTERY, HISTORICAL FICTION THRILLER that opens in New York City, but quickly moves to the Deep South, and then to Ecuador for ACTION and ADVENTURE. The bond between Clinton and Joe, two gay, black lawyers (one of […]

PLEASE SHARE: eBook author posts free chapter of The Plan, honoring slain civil rights leader Medgar Evers

Susan Klopfer, author The Plan Scheduled for July, 2013 Publication http://ebooksfromsusan.com Medgar Evers, WW II veteran and former coordinator of the Mississippi NAACP who was murdered on June 12, 1963 at his Jackson home. This excerpted chapter from The Plan is presented today honoring the life and death of civil rights hero, Medgar Evers, who […]

From the Land of Emmett Till: Fifty Years Remembering Medgar Evers

Medgar Evers, Mississippi’s first NAACP state coordinator (Note from Susan: Hunter Bear – John Salter, aka Hunter Grey – is a sociologist and a civil rights activist. He helped lead the Jackson Movement, an import time in Mississippi, when people were letting the establishment know they were sick and tired of segregation and the horrible […]